Sharia rally in nation's capital to feature radical Islamist
The Mahdi created a massive army of followers who decided on the way to worshiping in Damascus —and while there, occupying Syria — they would overthrow the governments of the Sudan, Egypt and other nations. When the Mahdi wiped out a modern army in the desert and then brutally invaded the Sudanese city of Khartoum, the British found it necessary to send a large force to stop him and his murderous Dervish.
The haunting evil of Sharia law that is the cause of such misery for some Muslim countries that follow its strict rules and harsh punishments will soon come to America, according to Move America Forward's said Danny Gonzalez, Director of Communications for the organization.
"That’s what will happen if Anjem Choudary and the Islamic Thinkers Society get their way," said Gonzalez, whose organization is this nation's leading pro-military supporter.
They plan to call on Obama and US citizens to accept Islam and accept Sharia law. Choudary told a British paper that the event is “a rally, a call for Sharia, a call for the Muslims to rise up and establish the Islamic State in America.”
- Anjem Choudary
Scholars divide the Koran as written by Muhammad into the Mecca period from 610 to 622; and the Medina period from 622 to 632. Mecca is best described as a period of tolerance, even pluralism. It was a belief in “live and let live.” (“You shall have your religion and I shall have mine.”)
However, the Medina period can be characterized as a religion delving into politics, power and armed conflict in the name of Allah. (“And kill them wherever you find them.”)
So when we hear Islamic leaders discuss their beliefs, we come away as confused as the Muslims themselves. The fact is that some may be referring to Mecca, some may be referring to Medina, and some may be referring to both the Mecca and Medina. Besides the confusion caused by the Koran, add other components of Islam such as Sunna, Hadith and Rivya, and it’s no wonder that Koranic scholars are at odds with one another.
In short, Islam is at once a religion and an ideology. It’s totalitarian ideology is comparable to Nazism, Communism and Fascism. Islamic leaders in the United States tell politicians that Islam is a religion of peace and give them some verses from the Koran and they relay this to the American people. As with most politically-correct jargon, people are encouraged to deny the evidence of their own senses.
There is nothing new with large scale violence perpetrated by Muslims. At the end of the 19th Century, a man arose who claimed he was the Mahdi (The Guided One) — the one promised by Muhammad — who would unite the Islamic world either peacefully or through violence and then conquer the world for Allah’s paradise.
This Mahdi created a massive army of followers who decided on the way to worshiping in Damascus —and while there, occupying Syria — they would overthrow the governments of the Sudan, Egypt and other nations. When the Mahdi wiped out a modern army in the desert and then brutally invaded the Sudanese city of Khartoum, the British found it necessary to send a large force to stop him and his murderous Dervish.
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